- Opposite side Castling
- Sacrificing to open enemy King
- Pawn Storming
- Clashing Plans
- Short and Long Turn Planning
- When to stop your opponents counter play before proceeding with your plan
- Open Files looking for Targets and counter play
- Benefits of Space - Better choices of plans, better piece placement, and Better Opportunity to launch Tactics
Foxy Openings - Volume 186 - An IM Step by Step Guide on How to Assess Any Position and Create a Plan for the Tournament Player - Vol. #2
|Host||IM Andrew Martin|
|Popular Collections||Foxy Openings|
|Publication Date||Oct 16, 2018|
|Region Lock||None - Playable Anywhere|
|Hardware Requirements||Standard DVD Player|
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